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About the Access All Clubs Association™

Overview

This website, named the "Access All Clubs Association™ (AACA)", is home of SaddleBrooke Ranch clubs (SBR Clubs™). In other words, it is an association of the club officials of SBR Clubs™ formed to offer features and services to clubs to drive their online presentation of their clubs and provide features to operate their clubs and communicate with their members, all resulting in a great User Experience and efficient method for operating clubs.

Pressentation in Columns

This AACA site presents information in two columns for big screen devices (e.g., computers, tablets and smartphones held in the landscape orientation), and in a single column for small screen devices (e.g.. smartphones held in the portrait orientation). The design is "responsive" meaning that the site will automatic switch the presentation between the two presentation schemes by automatically, and in real time, detecting whether the device is big screen or small screen.

Elements Positions on Page

The AACA implements a stratgery for presenting elements on the screen in single column format wherein the stack of elements seen in two column presentation are shown with the more important or frequently used elements higher on the screen, instead of just stacking the left column on the right column to come up with a single column.

About Tiles, Widgets, Icons and Buttons

Users of this SBR Clubs site have rapid access to clubs' websites of interest by clicking a club Tile in the Quick Pick a Club section of the website, or finding clubs by using the Browse By Category features and clicking a club tile therein. Tiles are always square, rounded corners graphics depicting the club, like this:

Members of the AACA also find the tiles for their six most recently visited club sites in the Express Site Access feature. This feature greatly reduces the need to search for a club tile in an array of all club tiles.

When a club tile is clicked, a summary description of the club is presented along with one or more "widget" icons that provide direct access to particular points of interest pertaining to club websites, including email widgets to contact club officials. This arrangement greatly reduces the degree of navigation often being used on traditional websites. Widgets are small graphical elements that depict the widget function, like this:

Buttons invoke features of this AACA site. Buttons are always shown as text on blue background rectangles, like this:
News

About "Restart"

The site includes a handy "Restart" button one can use to reinstate the initial condition of the website, but without logging you out, no matter where you are on the site. This includes revealing the top matter of the website (banner photo, etc) that appears when you first enter the site and that is hidden when using the site to get it out of your way.

Access from the SBR HOA Site

The SBR HOA website links to this AACA site to present all Saddlebrooke Ranch clubs (including associations, groups, activities, and similar terms denoting organizations) to all residents and the general public.

For Access All Clubs Association Visitors and Members

About Being a Member of the AACA

As an association (aka club), one can become a member. Those who choose to be members of the AACA will enjoy single-click access to club sites using their personal Express Site Access set of clubs, maintained on a unique personal basis for all members. This is in addition to the Quick Pick a Club and Browse by Category methods the general public uses. The Most Frequently Visited Sites feature greatly speeds up selecting a club and opening the club's website with one click, skipping over the summary description stage.

How to Become a Member

To become a member, click the Log In menu item at the top of the page. The window that opens presents a log in panel for those who already are members, a summary description of the benefits of membership, and a form to request membership.

For Club Officials as "ClubMasters"

What's a ClubMaster?

Club officials (those that operate clubs) can become ClubMasters. As a ClubMaster, you are provided the means to create and manage custom websites -- without writing any code. A wide range of configurable feature tools (application-specific "widgets") are installed, without you lifting a finger, based on what widgets you want. Widgets include club contact email forms, photo galleries, video channels, weekly planning schedules optionally linking to resource reservations (aka sign-up) sheets specific to the weekly planning schedule entries, industry-compliant news feeds, chat channels, libraries (document storage), and more.

How to Become a ClubMaster

There are no prerequites to starting a club site. Any SBR resident can start a club site on the AACA.

Click the "Menu" button in the button strip at the top of the page. A panel will open from the left and reveal, among other things, the "Club Site Generation" feature. Open it to discover how to start and manage your club. You will be directed to the relevant pages for filling out forms that describe and control your club site.

Large or Small? You Choose

Sites within SBR Clubs are in most cases created as traditional websites for the clubs; in other cases, simply comprise special documents (e.g., PDF files) and tools that provide information about the club and ways to interact with the club. Finally, a club on SBR Clubs may choose to link to an existing club website or to a web-based serviceoffering utilities of interest. You choose, based on your knowledge of your audience and goals.

With all those configurable features provided bythe AACA, many clubs will be satisfied with use of these tools as the complete solution for their club requirements.

About The Service

AACA is a Cloud-based Web App

SBR Clubs is a cloud-based service. There is nothing to download, it is a web-based app meaning it is used within a browser of your computer or mobile device. One doesn't need to find an app in an app store and download it to their smartphone. SBR Clubs software is resident on a professional website hosting service having very high uptime and that includes nightly backups stored on an off-location server.

All SBR Clubs software is also maintained on a local single-fault tolerant network-attached server. And if that weren't enough, all software is real-time uploaded from that server to box.com.

SBRcloud™

Going forward, SBRcloud™ will be introduced to be the data storage facility for your content and site-defining "structure controls" that club officials prescribe by filling out plain-English forms.

Club Site's Public and Private Regions

Regardless of the form, the club information must be viewable without requiring signing up for an account or signing in to the site. And also provide, in addition to the site's public region, a password-protected private region for members for information only club members are allowed to view or use.

Clubs, Associations, Groups, Activities

All the special interest organizations are operated by residents of SaddleBrooke Ranch for the benefit of all our residents wishing to join. Organizations variously refer to themselves as "associations", "groups" and "activities" in addition to "clubs". There is no practical distinction among these organizations. For purposes of this website, the term "clubs" is used to refer to all such organizations.

Quick Pick a Club

Only clubs with Tiles are included below until you Log In.

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  Hide This Section

About the Access All Clubs Association™

Overview

This website, named the "Access All Clubs Association™ (AACA)", is home of SaddleBrooke Ranch clubs (SBR Clubs™). In other words, it is an association of the club officials of SBR Clubs™ formed to offer features and services to clubs to drive their online presentation of their clubs and provide features to operate their clubs and communicate with their members, all resulting in a great User Experience and efficient method for operating clubs.

Pressentation in Columns

This AACA site presents information in two columns for big screen devices (e.g., computers, tablets and smartphones held in the landscape orientation), and in a single column for small screen devices (e.g.. smartphones held in the portrait orientation). The design is "responsive" meaning that the site will automatic switch the presentation between the two presentation schemes by automatically, and in real time, detecting whether the device is big screen or small screen.

Elements Positions on Page

The AACA implements a stratgery for presenting elements on the screen in single column format wherein the stack of elements seen in two column presentation are shown with the more important or frequently used elements higher on the screen, instead of just stacking the left column on the right column to come up with a single column.

About Tiles, Widgets, Icons and Buttons

Users of this SBR Clubs site have rapid access to clubs' websites of interest by clicking a club Tile in the Quick Pick a Club section of the website, or finding clubs by using the Browse By Category features and clicking a club tile therein. Tiles are always square, rounded corners graphics depicting the club, like this:

Members of the AACA also find the tiles for their six most recently visited club sites in the Express Site Access feature. This feature greatly reduces the need to search for a club tile in an array of all club tiles.

When a club tile is clicked, a summary description of the club is presented along with one or more "widget" icons that provide direct access to particular points of interest pertaining to club websites, including email widgets to contact club officials. This arrangement greatly reduces the degree of navigation often being used on traditional websites. Widgets are small graphical elements that depict the widget function, like this:

Buttons invoke features of this AACA site. Buttons are always shown as text on blue background rectangles, like this:
News

About "Restart"

The site includes a handy "Restart" button one can use to reinstate the initial condition of the website, but without logging you out, no matter where you are on the site. This includes revealing the top matter of the website (banner photo, etc) that appears when you first enter the site and that is hidden when using the site to get it out of your way.

Access from the SBR HOA Site

The SBR HOA website links to this AACA site to present all Saddlebrooke Ranch clubs (including associations, groups, activities, and similar terms denoting organizations) to all residents and the general public.

For Access All Clubs Association Visitors and Members

About Being a Member of the AACA

As an association (aka club), one can become a member. Those who choose to be members of the AACA will enjoy single-click access to club sites using their personal Express Site Access set of clubs, maintained on a unique personal basis for all members. This is in addition to the Quick Pick a Club and Browse by Category methods the general public uses. The Most Frequently Visited Sites feature greatly speeds up selecting a club and opening the club's website with one click, skipping over the summary description stage.

How to Become a Member

To become a member, click the Log In menu item at the top of the page. The window that opens presents a log in panel for those who already are members, a summary description of the benefits of membership, and a form to request membership.

For Club Officials as "ClubMasters"

What's a ClubMaster?

Club officials (those that operate clubs) can become ClubMasters. As a ClubMaster, you are provided the means to create and manage custom websites -- without writing any code. A wide range of configurable feature tools (application-specific "widgets") are installed, without you lifting a finger, based on what widgets you want. Widgets include club contact email forms, photo galleries, video channels, weekly planning schedules optionally linking to resource reservations (aka sign-up) sheets specific to the weekly planning schedule entries, industry-compliant news feeds, chat channels, libraries (document storage), and more.

How to Become a ClubMaster

There are no prerequites to starting a club site. Any SBR resident can start a club site on the AACA.

Click the "Menu" button in the button strip at the top of the page. A panel will open from the left and reveal, among other things, the "Club Site Generation" feature. Open it to discover how to start and manage your club. You will be directed to the relevant pages for filling out forms that describe and control your club site.

Large or Small? You Choose

Sites within SBR Clubs are in most cases created as traditional websites for the clubs; in other cases, simply comprise special documents (e.g., PDF files) and tools that provide information about the club and ways to interact with the club. Finally, a club on SBR Clubs may choose to link to an existing club website or to a web-based serviceoffering utilities of interest. You choose, based on your knowledge of your audience and goals.

With all those configurable features provided bythe AACA, many clubs will be satisfied with use of these tools as the complete solution for their club requirements.

About The Service

AACA is a Cloud-based Web App

SBR Clubs is a cloud-based service. There is nothing to download, it is a web-based app meaning it is used within a browser of your computer or mobile device. One doesn't need to find an app in an app store and download it to their smartphone. SBR Clubs software is resident on a professional website hosting service having very high uptime and that includes nightly backups stored on an off-location server.

All SBR Clubs software is also maintained on a local single-fault tolerant network-attached server. And if that weren't enough, all software is real-time uploaded from that server to box.com.

SBRcloud™

Going forward, SBRcloud™ will be introduced to be the data storage facility for your content and site-defining "structure controls" that club officials prescribe by filling out plain-English forms.

Club Site's Public and Private Regions

Regardless of the form, the club information must be viewable without requiring signing up for an account or signing in to the site. And also provide, in addition to the site's public region, a password-protected private region for members for information only club members are allowed to view or use.

Clubs, Associations, Groups, Activities

All the special interest organizations are operated by residents of SaddleBrooke Ranch for the benefit of all our residents wishing to join. Organizations variously refer to themselves as "associations", "groups" and "activities" in addition to "clubs". There is no practical distinction among these organizations. For purposes of this website, the term "clubs" is used to refer to all such organizations.

Browse by Category

All Clubs

Access All Clubs Association
This is the first step in resuming development of this SBR Clubs site, having received most of the answers to questions needed from RCI. Officials of all SBR clubs represented on this SBR Clubs website will be automatic members. The purpose of this association is to collectively take into consideration new feature ideas and to make decisions about clubs that abuse the purpose of this site. Stay tuned for news to be posted in the 'IMPORTANT: READ CLUB NEWS' section above.
 Ken Gorman, Developer

Art

Artist Showcase
Artists of SaddleBrooke Ranch are invited to present samples of their masterpieces on this website to bring to the attention of the community the fine work being produced by our residents. The site provides a convenient means for contacting artists to offer feedback about their art, and if interested, to make arrangement for making a purchase from those artists who offer their work for sale.
 Ken Gorman, Site Developer

Artists Open Studio
 Sharon Morey, [title not provided]


Basket Weavers
 Lydia Reichard, [title not provided]


Ceramics
 Linda Strugala, [title not provided]


Fine Art Artists
 Gene Nault, [title not provided]


Glasshoppers
 Lydia Reichard, [title not provided]


Mudslingers Pottery Studio
[leader name/title not provided as requested]


We Be Beaders
We Be Beaders is also known as the SaddleBrooke Ranch Beading Club. Membership is open to all SaddleBrookeRanch residents. Our purpose is to have fun creating jewelry and other objects with beads, yarn, wires and more. Classes are often offered with kits available for purchase.
 Sharon Marchant, [title not provided]

Art, Needle

Clothe Me
 Jeanelaine Parfet, [title not provided]


Machine Embroidery
 Linda Strugala, [title not provided]


Quilting, Ranch Piecemakers
The Ranch Piecemakers quilt group was formed to promote and exchange ideas and develop skills among members, friends and guests who are engaged or interested in quilting and related needlework. In addition, we are committed to providing the warmth and caring of new quilts to people in need. Please join us to learn, create and laugh with other quilters.
 Kathleen Morgan Squires, [title not provided]
 Cheryl Murray, [title not provided]

Sew What?
[leader name/title not provided as requested]


Stitch n Chat
[leader name/title not provided as requested]


Art, Photo

Photoworks
[leader name/title not provided as requested]


Bon Appetit

Art, Elements and Origin of Food
Exploring the world of food, design and creativity
 Bonnie Goldman, Moderator
 Johanna Newman, Co-Moderator

Dining Out Groups
The Restaurant Dining Out Club is open to all SaddleBrooke Ranch residents. The purpose of this club is to provide a way for its members to meet and socialize with other SB Ranch resident-members. The club is ideal for couples as well as single members. There are no membership dues.
 Linda Harvey, [title not provided]

Safe Eating Club
The SAFE EATING Club was started by SaddleBrooke Ranch residents who have food sensitivities, allergies or intolerances.
 Melanie Ritson, [title not provided]
 Tove Pape, [title not provided]

Books

Book Club
 Pauline Albert, [title not provided]


Book Exchange
 Gloria Schick, [title not provided]


Non-Fiction Reading Group
 Kay Lantow, [title not provided]


Citizenship & Service

Citizens Awareness Forum
 Tom Sorensen, [title not provided]


Democratic Club
 Matt Nelson, [title not provided]


Law Enforcement Group
 Chuck Thomas, [title not provided]


Republican Club
 Mary Ann Melhorn, [title not provided]


US Marines at SBR
 Kevin Munley, Chairman


Veterans Club
 Ken Robinson, [title not provided]


Education

Education Group Gathering
 Lynette Knowling, [title not provided]


Fun & Games

Billiards Club
(No description provided.)
 Jim Kauffman, [title not provided]

Bridge, Duplicate
We have two organized sessions per week: informal and fun party bridge and competitive duplicate bridge. You must be a member to register to play in either session. Please contact us about participating in our fun sessions and receiving information you need to register for a session.
 Faylene Licter, Director

Bridge, Party
We have two organized sessions per week: informal and fun party bridge and competitive duplicate bridge. You must be a member to register to play in either session. Please contact us about participating in our fun sessions and receiving information you need to register for a session.
 Jim Volz, [title not provided]

Euchre
 Tom Ridolfo, [title not provided]


Hand & Foot
Learn to play Hand & Foot. Everyone is welcome! Singles - Couples - Groups. Leave your spouse at home, (if you want to play and they don't) We will teach you the rules that we play. Come and play whenever you want. We play the first Wednesday, the second Saturday, the third Wednesday, and the fourth Saturday. 6PM in the La Montana Room. See the Ranch Reminder Calendar that Alex sends out each week. No need to tell us if you are coming. We help arrange groups as everyone arrives.
 Margie Jacox, Coordinator
 Larry Jacox, Coordinator #2
 Bev Hinton, Coordinator #3

Mah Jongg Club
If you are interested in joining our Mah Jongg club, please contact us at our website or use the link below.
 Betty Pearce, [title not provided]

Mahjongg, Learn/Play
 Traci Dennis, [title not provided]


Mahjongg, Mixed
 Rainie Warner, [title not provided]


Mexican Train
 Zenia Fera, [title not provided]


Pegs & Jokers
The game that's sweeping the country! Now at SaddleBrooke Ranch. This captivating social game is easy to learn, packed with surprises, encourages strategies and team play -- and is always fun with LOTS OF LAUGHS AND GROANS. We play every Thursday except the fourth Thursday of each month at 6pm in La Mesa Room. Game On!
 Ken Gorman, Co-Organizers
 Joe & Sherry Brinster, Co-Organizers

Shanghai
 Ross & Florence Messer, [title not provided]


Trivia Club
Team Trivia is for SaddleBrooke Ranch Residents and their house guests, as well as Robson Preferred Guests. A team consists of at least 2 and not more than 4 players. The teams can stay together from week to week. Drop-ins are welcome to come as few or as many times during the month as they are able.
 Steve Groth, [title not provided]

Health & Fitness

Wellness Roundup
[leader name/title not provided as requested]


Helping Hands

Cancer Support Group
 Sandy Jessop, [title not provided]


Coping with Loss
[leader name/title not provided as requested]


Gathering Hearts
 Carol Smith, [title not provided]


I Wish
The purpose of 'I Wish' is to connect SBR residents who would appreciate some help with other residents who are willing to lend their neighbors a hand. If you would like help, use the My Wish page to submit your wish. An email will go out over night to everyone who has signed up to offer help. If you want to know when help is needed, sign up for email alerts.
 Tove Pape, [title not provided]

Hobbies

Gardeners Exchange
 Zann Wilson, [title not provided]


Paper Crafting & Scrapbooking
 Cheri Utsler, [title not provided]


Wild Wonderful Weavers
 Camille de la Torre, [title not provided]


WoodWorkers Club
The Saddlebrooke Ranch Woodworkers Club (SBRWWC) was established to manage all aspects of the woodshop from safety to continued operation through maintenance and acquisition of equipment and to provide necessary shop supplies. This club consists of people the have a desire to create something from wood but require assistance getting started all the way to those that have a high degree of woodworking skills.
 Jeff Hansen, [title not provided]
   

Yarn Connection
[leader name/title not provided as requested]


Out & About

Bike Riding
 Ray Malaski, [title not provided]


Classic Car Club
 Steve LeBrecht, [title not provided]


Horseback Riding Group
The Horseback Riding Group is for those who would like to see the Tucson area's most beautiful landscapes without having to walk it themselves. We take trail rides at a variety of local stables. The rides are at a walk, just to enjoy the beautiful scenery with other horse loving friends.
 Rebecca Williams, [title not provided]

Ranch Riders Motorcyle Club
The purpose of the Ranch Riders Motorcycle Club is to promote responsible motorcycling activities for the residents of SaddleBrooke Ranch who enjoy the adventure and freedom of riding of motorcycles on the open road. The group enjoys local scenic back road cruises, outings exploring more of Arizona, and overnight adventures around the southwest. A variety of rides are organized for all skill levels.
 Ron Knapp, [title not provided]

Performing Arts

Ranch Players

CLICK OUR CLUB NAME OR TILE TO SEE OUR DEBUT PERFORMANCE ANNOUNCEMENT!

Chamber Theater is a small group of actors usually performing in a room rather than onstage. It has an intimate feel that allows the audience to be drawn the into the action. There can be narration. The actors keep their scripts in their hands as they perform. No memorization is required! No matter how much or how little theatrical experience you may have, The Ranch Players offers something for you. Our goal is to present quality plays while giving Ranch members opportunities to participate in all aspects of theater - acting, voice coaching, directing, writing, producing, staging, light and sound design and production. Don't miss the fun!
 Josephine Zara, [title not provided]
 Michael Duwe, [title not provided]
 Consuelo Melhuish, [title not provided]
 

Pets, Vets & More

PetWise
We are all about all topics relevant to pets, from health care to safety to events and grooming, and more. The PetWise website has categories of articles and news to simplify your search for helpful information. Click title of articles or to relevant websites including those in our resources list. The website is operated by a staff of unpaid volunteers specializing in various topic areas. PetWise is the brainchild of its publisher, Linda Gorman.
 Linda Gorman, Publisher

Song & Dance

Ballroom Dance
 Mark Holden, [title not provided]


Dance Club
The SBR Dance Club was established to provide an opportunity for SBR residents to come together in a relaxed social setting during scheduled times with an open dance floor to learn, practice, and enjoy dancing. You do no need to know how to dance.
 Dan Smejkal, [title not provided]

Musicians Club of SaddleBrooke Ranch
Welcome to SaddleBrooke Ranch (SBR) Music Jam Group. This is a new SBR Music /Singing Jam Group that will play good Music, some acoustic rock, blues, country, bluegrass and folk. We have guitars, acoustic, electric, ukulele, dulcimer , ukuleles, tamborines, and keyboard. Other instruments/singers are invited. We hope/plan to get together perhaps 2x a month, Wednesday 1-3 pm. Location, La Vista Room, Bistro. Note: We are Not a Club. But are a SBR Group. We just want to have FUN. Come and Join us or just listen. Click Some Music Songs sheet music
 Ken Kronen, Organizer

Rancheros Square Dance Club
If you can walk, you can square dance. Square dance is FITNESS at its best. With square dancing, you are exercising the brain and the body simultaneously. You are getting a real work out without even realizing it because it is so much fun. For more information, dates and times, please email Don Williams.
 Don Williams, [title not provided]
 Barb Sullenger, [title not provided]
 Rebecca Williams, [title not provided]
 

Western Dance Group
 Bill Henderson, [title not provided]


Sports

Golf, Couples Golf
 Paul Knott, [title not provided]


Golf, Lady Niners
The Lady Niners is a casual group intended to provide a way to play golf in a relaxed environment. Although there are no dues, by-laws or officers, participants may be asked to volunteer for events and outings in the community. Additionally, from time to time, we are invited to participate in events sponsored by other groups in the area. Both are excellent ways to meet other golfers and further experience the social aspects of our community and the game of golf.
 Janice Neal, [title not provided]

Golf, Men's Golf Association
This is the SaddleBrooke Ranch Men's Golf Association Website. Guests are welcome to browse. This site is for all SBRMGA needs including tournament and non-tournament information, newsletters, by-laws, member information, posting scores, links to Chelsea and AGA, pace of play tips, local rules and much more.
 Tim McCauley, [title not provided]

Golf, Ranchette Putters
This group is a pleasant social group whose aim is to make new friends, have fun, enjoy the outdoors and improve putting skills. For those interested in competition, weekly, monthly, and annual prizes are given.
 Jaque Hendricks, President

Golf, Sundowners Men's 9-Hole
 Les Brown, [title not provided]


Golf, Women's Golf Association
We are a group of women who love the game of golf and play every Tuesday morning. Our goal is to provide an opportunity to enjoy golf and compete in a friendly manner, while building friendships and having fun!
 Jean Cheszek, [title not provided]

Pickleball Association
We welcome all SaddleBrooke Ranch residents and renters to use the pickleball facilities, participate in coaching sessions for new players, and join our club. We also welcome guests and family members of our residents to use the courts during non-scheduled Club time.
 Ron Green, President

Table Tennis Association
Join us for casual games of table tennis. We play both doubles and singles. Skill levels range from 'I played a long long time ago' to pretty snappy. Sometimes we get serious and have a cardiovascular workout, sometimes we just practice doing weird shots, sometimes we quit early and head off to the Bistro for a beer. But we always have fun and laugh a lot.
 Tom Reuter, President
 John Hess, Vice President
 Lowell Sletten, Secretary/Treasury

Tennis Association
The purpose of SBR Tennis is to stimulate and maintain interest in tennis at SaddleBrooke Ranch; to promote good fellowship and sportsmanship among the members; and to enhance the social and recreational lives of SaddleBrooke Ranch property owners and their guests. All levels of skill are accommodated. Additional activities are planned to enhance the tennis experience at SBR. These activities include exhibition tennis, clinics, group or private lessons, mixed doubles, round robin tournaments and socials.
 Susan Pharr, President
 Lee Stastny, Vice President
 Daniel Smejkal, Secretary
   

Trap Shooting
 Jim Jensen, [title not provided]


States of Previous Existence

California Club
If you have ever lived in California, this Club is for you! We meet on a quarterly basis to get together and have a great time. We've done themed Happy Hours at the Bistro, a country western-themed BBQ night at Cadillac Chaparral, an evening at the Gaslight Theater just to name a few.
 Deena Robinson, [title not provided]

Colorado Club
Social gatherings are planned for once a quarter at neighbor's homes. Other joint activities will be planned between times, such as watching Bronco games together at the Oracle Inn, going to Rockie's Baseball games with the Arizona Diamondbacks or sports games with Colorado university teams and the University of Arizona.
[leader name/title not provided as requested]

Illinois Club
Our Illinois Club, formed in February, 2018, invites all former residents of Illinois residing in SaddleBrooke Ranch to join our group. The only requirement is that either you or your spouse must have lived in Illinois at one time. We meet quarterly to eat, drink, gab and get to know each other while pursuing an activity such as a picnic, progressive dinner, theater night, Cubs/Sox/Bears game at a pizza restaurant, holiday party or a barbeque.
 Carolee Bailey, [title not provided]
 Dianne Johns, [title not provided]

Minnesota Club
 Jan Storey, [title not provided]


New England Club
 Linda Harvey, [title not provided]


New York New Jersey Club
The SaddleBrooke Ranch New York New Jersey Club, was founded in 2017. Its purpose is for former residents of these states to enjoy events and activities together in a social setting while embracing the culture, diversity and people from this area. Singles and couples are welcome. We mostly like to eat and talk.
 Kim Schweitzer, [title not provided]

Pacific Northwest Club
We welcome any of you who have ever lived in: Alaska, BC, Idaho, Oregon, Washington and Montana. We invite you to join us for gatherings scattered throughout the year that will bring us together to get to know one another better and give us the opportunity to socialize and root for our favorite teams
 Corine Sturdivant, [title not provided]

Studies & Research

Astronomy Club
🔭 We meet in a backyard with telescopes, and take it all in.
[leader name/title not provided as requested]

Bible Study
 Judy Smith, [title not provided]


Great Courses
 Ross Messer, [title not provided]


Oracle Dark Sky Committee
 Chip Parfet, [title not provided]


Outside The Box
 Ross Messer, [title not provided]


Ranch Open Learning Environment
 Ross Messer, [title not provided]


Ranch Roots Genealogy Club
Come and be encouraged by the fellowship of our members and join us as we share our successes and challenges in genealogy, searching for our ancestors and preserving our family stories. Whatever your level in doing genealogy, just beginning your research or those who have a great deal of experience, you will enjoy being in a group where your excitement is appreciated!
 Pegg Ridolfo, [title not provided]

Thursday Talks
[leader name/title not provided as requested]


Technology

Technology Club
Learn - Share – Teach. We cover a broad scope of technology from phones to computers to iPads to smart home devices, and we welcome a broad scope of experience. Come join us!
 Larry Schweitzer, [title not provided]

TESTING

Testing
Testing club site formation process
 KG, developer

This & That

Linda Club
The only qualification for the Linda club is that your first name is Linda. What do we do? What ever we want. But mostly lunch and laughter. Submit the email form below to Linda Harvey, organizer and chairperson of the club, to get welcomed into the club.
 Linda Harvey, [title not provided]

Sandy Club
 Sandy Seay, [title not provided]


Shalom Club
The Shalom Club is dedicated to the enrichment of Jewish life for SaddleBrooke Ranch residents. Various events and activities will be designed to connect Jews of all backgrounds, their spouses, partners, and friends who are interested in living a contemporary Jewish life. Our goal is to create a warm and welcoming environment in our community that builds strong relationships, celebrates together, and supports each other in times of need.
 Leslie Gordon, [title not provided]

Singles Club
The objective of the Singles Club is to foster and promote leisure, social, and cultural interests for the single residents of our community. Activities might include dinners around town, cookouts at members' homes, wine tastings, plays, trips, and picnics to name a few. The limitations for the club are the members must be single and must live in Saddlebrooke Ranch.
 Jan Martin, [title not provided]

Women
The Women's Club luncheons are a great way to get to know your neighbors. All female residents in the community are invited to join. Luncheons are held on the second Monday of the months September through June. Several times a year, guest speakers from our area are invited to share their knowledge and talents with us. The club also works with local shops to host fun fashion shows once a year.
 Marian Bianchini, [title not provided]

Travel

Armchair Travel
A club description is coming soon.
 Carol Fielding, [title not provided]
 

Writing

Writing For Publication Group
Our goal: to become published authors by improving our writing via oral and written critiques. Due to the time to critique and discuss manuscript submissions, the membership is limited.
 Barb Miller, [title not provided]

Writing Guild
Do you want to write stories about your life experiences, family or career? Or even a memoir? If you need a nudge or want to improve your writing skills, please consider joining this friendly and supportive group. We are currently welcoming new members. We meet at 1:00pm on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month in the La Vista Room.
 Nancy Ferris, [title not provided]
 Tove Pape, [title not provided]

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